June, 29, 2015

MISSION VIEJO, California – It was a big night for Canadian swimmers on Sunday at the Fran Crippen Memorial with gold medal performances by Brooklynn Snodgrass of Calgary, Kelsey Wog of Winnipeg, Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson of Ottawa and Santo Condorelli.

Canadians took the top-four placements in the women’s 100-m breaststroke. Wog was first in 1:09.27, Tera Van Beilen of Vancouver second in 1:09.52 while Rebecca Terejko of Vancouver and Bronwyn Pasloski of Calgary tied for third at 1:10.44.

In the women’s 100-m backstroke, Snodgrass clocked 1:01.71 for the victory while Mackenzie Glover of Winnipeg tied for third at 1:02.55.

Seltenreich-Hodgson, tuning up for the Pan Am Games, completely dominated the women’s 200-m individual medley winning in 2:14.99 with runner-up Ella Eastin of the U.S. second in 2:17.12. Lili Margitai of Edmonton was fifth.

The U.S. based Condorelli was also impressive in his 100-m butterfly victory by nearly a half-second over Ralf Tribuntsov of Estonia. Coleman Allen of Vancouver was fifth.

Russell Wood of Calgary took silver in the men’s 100-m backstroke and Jason Block of Calgary was third in the 100-m breaststroke. Noemie Thomas of Richmond, B.C., added a bronze in the women’s 100-m butterfly.

In the men’s 200-m IM, Luke Reilly of Vancouver was fourth, Rob Hill of North Vancouver fifth and Jonathon Brown of Calgary sixth.


Source : Swimming Canada